frgavin on February 25th, 2015

Rollin Grams Issues Facing Missions Today 29: Introduction: Reflection on the creation stories of Genesis 1.1-2.3 and 2.4-25—which are, of course, intended to be read together—helps us to understand a Biblical view of marriage. Three key aspects of marriage emerge from the stories. Marriage is between complementary beings of the same human species that form […]

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frgavin on February 25th, 2015

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream Evangelicals from different denominations based in the north east of England were joined by Church of England evangelicals from the rest of the country for the 24 hour “Jesmond Conference” in Newcastle. Jesmond Parish Church has become the largest and most significant Anglican centre in the region. David Holloway, vicar […]

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frgavin on February 24th, 2015

Author: Jan Pringle ST. GEORGE, S.C. (Feb. 22, 2015) – For the second time in less than a month, South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Diane S. Goodstein rejected arguments by The Episcopal Church and its subsidiary, The Episcopal Church in South Carolina, that the two groups are rightful owners of the churches, symbols and other […]

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frgavin on February 24th, 2015

By David W. Virtue DD The Eighth Judicial Circuit of Illinois slapped down the Episcopal Church this week over moneys held by The Episcopal Church in its ongoing war over properties. “This opinion makes clear that, after The Episcopal Church lost the case, it acted in ‘bad faith’ by attempting ‘to circumvent the Order’ […]

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by Tim Wyatt Living Wage: Canterbury Cathedral has said that it wants to pay all its staff the Living Wage but is unable to do so yet THE Church of England has defended its stance on the Living Wage after it was revealed that cathedrals and churches were hiring staff on salaries below the benchmark. […]

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frgavin on February 23rd, 2015

By the Revd Rachel Mash,  Environmental Co-ordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Chair of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network, is inviting a group of bishops from various countries impacted by climate change to meet in Cape Town next week. Bishops will be visiting from a host of countries that reflect today’s […]

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From Mission Theology:The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church Mission Society and Durham University have become partners in creating an innovative seven year post: Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion. The purpose is to research, stimulate, connect and publish works of theology in the Anglican Communion, with particular focus on insights from Africa, Asia and Latin […]

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